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it's been cancelled

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No loss there.
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No loss there.
See this is why I don't get why so many conservatives are anti-lockdown. This is the Britain you've been dreaming of all these years! No drunken proles roaming the town centres at the weekend. None of these longhairs and their "musical festivals". No more uncouth "rock and/or roll" concertos. No carousing, no reveling, no merrymaking and certainly no roistering. No fun allowed at all for the hoi-palloi. Only work. It's the conservative's wet dream.
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See this is why I don't get why so many conservatives are anti-lockdown. This is the Britain you've been dreaming of all these years! No drunken proles roaming the town centres at the weekend. None of these longhairs and their "musical festivals". No more uncouth "rock and/or roll" concertos. No carousing, no reveling, no merrymaking and certainly no roistering. No fun allowed at all for the hoi-palloi. Only work. It's the conservative's wet dream.
You know nothing of me. For one thing I actually have long hair. But what I don't get, is why any self-respecting leftist would have any particular affinity for Glastonbury festival, when it's basically become an overpriced, over-commercialised celebration of neo-liberal capitalism and decadant consumerism. I don't see the appeal.
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You know nothing of me. For one thing I actually have long hair. But what I don't get, is why any self-respecting leftist would have any particular affinity for Glastonbury festival, when it's basically become an overpriced, over-commercialised celebration of neo-liberal capitalism and decadant consumerism. I don't see the appeal.
I think folk go for bands? :confused:
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I think folk go for bands? :confused:
Pfft, bloody normies.
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See this is why I don't get why so many conservatives are anti-lockdown. This is the Britain you've been dreaming of all these years! No drunken proles roaming the town centres at the weekend. None of these longhairs and their "musical festivals". No more uncouth "rock and/or roll" concertos. No carousing, no reveling, no merrymaking and certainly no roistering. No fun allowed at all for the hoi-palloi. Only work. It's the conservative's wet dream.
The Conservative and Unionist Party is the party of Merrie England. We enjoy the traditional feasts and festivals of our fair country which stretch back into the mists of time.
The Labour Party on the other hand are embittered fun sponges whose idea of a good time is to desecrate statues of national heroes.
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I am truly shook.
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See this is why I don't get why so many conservatives are anti-lockdown. This is the Britain you've been dreaming of all these years! No drunken proles roaming the town centres at the weekend. None of these longhairs and their "musical festivals". No more uncouth "rock and/or roll" concertos. No carousing, no reveling, no merrymaking and certainly no roistering. No fun allowed at all for the hoi-palloi. Only work. It's the conservative's wet dream.
But no golf clubs, sailing clubs, overpriced restaurants, etc.
It's hardly fair if it inconveniences everyone.
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You know nothing of me. For one thing I actually have long hair. But what I don't get, is why any self-respecting leftist would have any particular affinity for Glastonbury festival, when it's basically become an overpriced, over-commercialised celebration of neo-liberal capitalism and decadant consumerism. I don't see the appeal.
HOUSE!!!
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Good riddance. It ceased to become viable once the likes of Stormzy and Kanye headlined the event.
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See this is why I don't get why so many conservatives are anti-lockdown. This is the Britain you've been dreaming of all these years! No drunken proles roaming the town centres at the weekend. None of these longhairs and their "musical festivals". No more uncouth "rock and/or roll" concertos. No carousing, no reveling, no merrymaking and certainly no roistering. No fun allowed at all for the hoi-palloi. Only work. It's the conservative's wet dream.
Good grief, that’s mildly erotic.
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But no golf clubs, sailing clubs, overpriced restaurants, etc.
It's hardly fair if it inconveniences everyone.
Golf clubs being shut is a blow to morale, not gonna lie.
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